Courses in Cheltenham

Are you ready to explore your real self? You have the power to be the architect of your life by choosing wisely. In this course, we will cultivate a positive state of mind, challenge ourselves and share wisdom.  Themes include spirituality, meditation, positive thinking, change and responsibility.

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Mind Recovery CollegeTM Cheltenham Campus

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We all experience stress – some big, some small, whether it be noisy neighbors, family issues, money worries, challenges at work,  looking for work, and so on… Come along to this introductory workshop, to examine the causes and effects of stress, and practical activities and methods that may help you to manage the stress in your life.

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Mind Recovery College™ Cheltenham Campus

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Anxiety is something that everybody experiences to some degree, ranging from worry through to full blown panic attacks.  This three hour workshop looks at the various forms of anxiety, what they are and how you can begin to find effective methods for noticing and dealing with it, allowing you to recover from the effects often associated with it.

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Mind Recovery CollegeTM Cheltenham Campus

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Drawing upon the lessons of Zen and other ancient traditions, mindfulness is being completely in touch and aware of the present moment, and taking a non-judgmental, non-evaluative approach to your inner experience.  Mindfulness is a mental training that has been researched and recognised by scientists and health practitioners for many years

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Mind Recovery College™ Cheltenham Campus

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More and more people are talking about recovery and mental health issues, but what does this actually mean?  In this course, we explore a few different ways of thinking about recovery. We’ll also look at some ideas for living well while experiencing the things our society calls mental ill-health

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Mind Recovery CollegeTM Cheltenham Campus

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This course is designed to help you think about what the NDIS might mean to you.  The NDIS is an exciting development in Australia.  It aims to give people with mental health and other disabilities better support and more choice.  Come together with a group of people thinking about how the NDIS might work for you.  You will be guided by a facilitator, who has spent time talking with people involved with one of the first pilots, helping you gain insight about opportunities and challenges that come with this change.

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Mind Recovery CollegeTM Cheltenham Campus

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Advance statements are a way of telling your loved ones and health care practitioners how you wish to receive support.  In this course, you will learn about why they were introduced and their practical use. The facilitator will also share their experience of writing and using an advance statement. You will be supported in identifying what can be included, who can be involved in the development of your advance statement, and what to do with your advance statement once it is completed.

Where

Mind Recovery College™ Cheltenham Campus.

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Being discharged from services is a positive step forward in your recovery but can be a challenging or unsettling experience. This six week course aims to support you to make sense of the experience and to develop skills to manage the transition as smoothly as possible. We will consider what helps you to manage the process of discharge. We will provide an opportunity for you to develop your own individual plan for discharge and beyond. This course is also for supporters (carers, friends or family) and staff who wish to learn about how to support people to plan for a life beyond services.

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Mind Recovery College™ Cheltenham Campus

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4-10 Jamieson Street

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